Cartersville Medical Center September 27, 2012

Cartersville, GA; September 27, 2012: Bridget Denzik, RN, MSN, NEA-BC has joined Cartersville Medical Center as chief nursing officer. Denzik was selected recently from several qualified applicants seeking the nursing top spot.

Denzik has served in various nursing and leadership capacities in the Charleston, South Carolina area since 1996, specializing in areas such as: patient care, telemetry, surgical/trauma/neuro intensive care unit, ambulatory care, ortho/neuro, oncology and skilled nursing units and nursing supervision. She most recently served as associate chief nursing officer and interim chief nursing officer for Trident Medical Center in Charleston.

“Bridget is a seasoned, energetic leader with proven skills in delivering quality patient care and team building,” said Keith Sandlin, president and chief executive officer, Cartersville Medical Center. “She joins Cartersville Medical Center at a very exciting time and I look forward to having her leadership on our team.”

Denzik and her husband, Steve, recently relocated to Cartersville. They have two grown children.

About Cartersville Medical Center
Cartersville Medical Center, a facility of Redmond Regional Health System in Northwest Georgia, is a 112-bed acute care hospital, Chest Pain Center and Gold Seal Inpatient Diabetes program accredited by the Joint Commission. Cartersville Medical Center now offers da Vinci gynecological and urological robotic surgery and was named a Top Performing Hospital in 2011 by the Joint Commission based upon key quality measures. The Women’s Center provides mammography services that are gold seal accredited by the American College of Radiology. Acworth Medical Plaza – including Acworth Immediate Care and Acworth Imaging Center – and The Hope Center, a regional cancer treatment facility, are healthcare entities of Cartersville Medical Center.

For more information about programs and services offered at Cartersville Medical Center, The Hope Center or Acworth Medical Plaza, call MedLine at (800) 242-5662 or visit